South Indian Set Doshas & Tomato Chutney

Like it or not, the pandemic has for the most part slowed things down for everyone. But that doesn't mean everything has to be doom & gloom. Amidst all the present chaos, a few interesting articles have popped up on how the forced slow-down has enabled people to reconnect with loved ones.

At the KAAPI HQ, now a typical morning ritual involves making an elaborate breakfast from scratch. Needless to say it is a great family bonding exercise that definitely doesn't seem forced!

Set or 'Thattu' Doshas, the fluffy relatives of the crispy dosas, are more common in Kerala. We've had a lot of folks ask for the recipe following the instagram post and here is the recipe to the dosha and the rustic easy peasy Tomato Chutney that you can whip up to go along with it. And that when paired with steaming hot Indian Filter Coffee, EPIC! Enough said, let's get down to it,

~ Dosa / Dosha Batter Recipe ~

Depending on how you like your style of dosa or how you intend to finally make it, the ratio of rice & dals (lentils) can be varied. There are heaps of variations and this one here is a lentil heavy batter my family loves.

  • 1 cup white rice (specifically this time we used Sona Masoori)

  • 1 cup urad dal (split black gram)

  • 1/2 toor dal

  • 1/2 chana dal (split chickpea)

  • 1 tsp fenugreek seeds.